This promo videotape, for the Sega Genesis version of Street Fighter 2 Special Championship Edition, includes lots of clips, an ebullient host, special move info, Japanese SFII adverts, American ads for tie-in products such as a 'Rock Em Sock Em Robots'-style toy featuring SFII characters, and more besides.
Before the days when controlling solely female characters in a video game was the norm (thanks to Lara Croft), comes a pseudo-sequel to the popular X-Men and X-Men 2 for the Genesis, titled X-Women. The game follows the same formula established by its predecessors, except the player controls an all-female team from the pages of the comic series. But, like many other titles that were announced for the Genesis during its twilight years (the company behind the console, Sega, dropped development... ( 5 reviews )
This live-action ad for the Genesis version of side-scrolling platformer Boogerman features our over-ventilated hero blasting a hole in the cafe wall behind him, before a female voice-over explains the problem of the 'Atomic Butt Blast', and some brief in-game footage kicks in. ( 4 reviews )
Besides being an amazingly faithful adaptation of the ground-breaking arcade game, the very first home version of Virtua Racing was the first, and only, Sega Genesis game to feature the SVP, or Sega Virtua Processor. Besides being the key element that allowed blazingly fast three dimensional polygons to be produced on a system that was clearly not originally designed to do so, the SVP chip was also Sega's answer to Nintendo's Super FX chip, which had been introduced on the Super NES to produce...